This Haines almost lost its engine the transom was so bad. The engine was of a large size so the new job needed to be very strong. Using epoxy again this guaranteed a stronger transom than original. We also had to replace part of one of the hull stringers.
We often do work on yachts of various shapes and sizes, this skiff required a new centreboard case fitted. The case was made around the centreboard laminated using multiple layers of epoxy and E-glass fabric. This was then glued and glassed into the boat.
We fitted a light-weight composite balsa core hardtop to this Allycraft. The top was formed over a jig and then glassed with epoxy each side. The posts were attached to the hardtop with composite sockets made to suit the post size. The posts were then pinned to the sockets and the bottom of the posts […]
This job was a hardtop for a 40ft trimaran built from foam and epoxy. A jig was made for the foam to be formed over and once secured the foam was glassed. As soon as the glass was fully cured the hardtop was turned over and the underside was glassed. Some stiffeners were required and […]
This customer had done some custom work to the back of this boat but it needed a professional touch. The work needed fairing and painting to produce a good finish. The blue super high build epoxy primer was blocked down for the final fair. The areas were painted in hardtop PU for the final high […]
This client approached us to add some custom modifications to his 20ft hull. All work was done using epoxy, plywood and E-glass reinforcement. He was considering buying an alloy engine pod and bolting to the transom however after we suggested doing the pod in composite and re-designing the entire aft end of the hull, he […]
Another transom replacement done using epoxy. This Flight Craft had a new transom fitted. As per usual all bonding, glassing or coating is done with epoxy. All through-holes are treated with epoxy resin and then epoxy primer to ensure no dry-rot can take hold again. The surface is then painted in PU colour-matched to the […]
This customer wanted to smarten up this external remote station with a new look cabinet. All the controls were cleverly hidden by a recessed door. Custom designed and fitted to suit the space and even colour matched.